Sylvester Stallone Calls Himself and Arnold Schwarzenegger “last two meat eaters”

Sylvester Stallone Calls Himself and Arnold Schwarzenegger “last two meat eaters”

Once rivals, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are great friends now. They both were considered competitors during their peak in the 80s and 90s. Both had transformed from muscle building to a successful career in Hollywood. Often even being catty towards each other in the media. But through time their friendship has only grown stronger.

The Terminator lead and the Rambo actor are both in their mid-70s now. With a lot in common between them. They are both known for their action movies while being humble in real life. With their career spanning decades, Hollywood still has plenty of opportunities for them. The Rocky hero got candid in an interview where he spoke about himself and Schwarzenegger.

How Sylvester Stallone explained himself and Arnold Schwarzenegger

Despite the rivalry during their prime, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger share a good friendship even today. During an interview, Stallone was his candid self as spoke about life and career. The Hollywood Reporter posted a photo of Stallone with a caption talking about the topic of Arnold he said, “We are two last tyrannosaurus.”

The actor was asked what he discussed when he meets the True Lies actor to which he replied, “Arnold is very wise, and he loves to talk about philosophies which have got him where he is.”

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He also added, “We are the last two Tyrannosaurus,” stating how they are the last two meat eaters, and that there is no beef left to have. The two usually end up meeting, laughing, and goofing around together.

The duo worked together in the movie Escape Plan in 2013. They may not be very active on screen today but are widely followed on social media, where fans can often see posts of their meet-ups. Despite their age, both continue to be icons of fitness that changed the idea of a hero’s physique in Hollywood.

How do you like them together, and which one is your favorite? Let us know your views in the comments.

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